Agriculture and the
Part I: Conference Papers.
2. Rethinking Undergraduate Professional Education for the
Twenty-First Century: The University Vantage Point.
Rethinking Undergraduate Professional Education for the
Twenty-First Century: The Public Policy Vantage Point.
4. The Challenges for Professional Education in
Agriculture: A Corporate Vantage Point.
5. The Environmental Curriculum: An Undergraduate
6. Environment and Ecology: Greening the Curriculum, A
Public Policy Perspective.
7. The Inherent Value of the College Core Curriculum.
8. General Education and the New Curriculum.
9. Agriculture: A System, a Science, or a Commodity. 10.
Educating a Culturally Diverse Professional Work Force for the
Agriculural, Food, and Natural Resource System. 11. Scientific
Literacy: The Enemy is Us.
12. The Priority: Undergraduate Professional Education as
13. Positioning Undergraduate Professional Education as the
14. Science, Technology, and the Public.
15. A Challenge, a Charge, and a Commitment.
Part II: Conference Discussions.
16. Teaching and Research: Balance as an Imperative.
17. Rewarding Excellence in Teaching: An Administrative
18. Integrating Agriculture into Precollege Education:
Opportunities from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
19. Toward Integrative Thinking: A Teaching Challenge.
20. Striving Toward Cultural Diversity.
21. Designing an Environmentally Responsible Undergraduate
22. Breaking Tradiations in Curriculum Design.
23. Changing the Image of Agriculture Through Curriculum
24. Teaching Science as Inquiry. 25. Emphasizing the Social
Sciences and Humanities.
26. Teaching Agricultural Science as a System.
27. The Social and Ethical Context of Agriculture: Is It
There and Can We Teach It?
28. The Economic Context of Agriculture.
29. The Global Context of Agriculture.
A: Program Participants.
B: Poster Exhibits.
Board on Agriculture. National Research Council (USA). Washington,
1992. 280 p.
National Academy Press.
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